COMBINE 2018

Dates: 8-12 October 2018
Location: Boston, MA USA


The COMBINE 2018 Meeting will take place in Boston, MA USA, from October 8th to October 12th at the Rajen Kilachand Center for Integrated Life Sciences and Engineering at Boston University.


The "Computational Modeling in Biology" Network (COMBINE) is an initiative to coordinate the development of the various community standards and formats in systems biology and related fields. COMBINE 2018 will be a workshop-style event with oral presentations, posters, and breakout sessions. The five meeting days will include talks about the COMBINE standards and associated or related standardization efforts, as well as presentations of tools using these standards. Oral presentations will be selected from the submitted abstracts. In addition, poster sessions will allow people to inform each other about their software and other projects in a setting that fosters interaction and in-depth discussion.



Agenda

Registration

Location

Travel Information

Accommodation

Key Dates

Poster submission deadline: 7 September 2018
Abstract submission deadline: 3 August 2018
Notification (abstracts): 17 August 2018
COMBINE Workshop: 8-12 October 2018

Agenda

TBD

Venue

All meetings for this event will take place in the Rajen Kilachand Center for Integrated Life Sciences and Engineering at Boston University. The venue is located along the southern bank of the Charles River and is easily accessible by both bus and subway.

Registration

Details on registration will be provided here as soon as they are available.

Accommodation

We are currently in the process of securing hotel blocks for attendees of COMBINE 2018. More information will be provided here once it becomes available.

Usual options for accommodation can be found through the following websites:

Travel and Local Information

Traveling to Boston

By Air:

Boston Logan International Airport is located approximately three miles from downtown Boston. The Silver Line Bus (SL1) is free to ride from the airport and terminates at South Station. From South Station, transfer to the Red Line Inbound (to Alewife) and ride one stop to Park Street. From Park Street, transfer to the outbound Green B Line (to Boston College) and depart at Blandford Street. The conference venue is located half a block away from this stop. Transfers at underground subway stations are free, so transportation from the airport using this method will not cost any money. Returning to the airport using this method will cost about $3.

Alternatively, taxis/Ubers/Lyfts are plentiful. A ride from the airport to the conference venue will take approximately 20-30 minutes in little to no traffic and cost between $15 to $40.

You can also rent a car, but we don't recommend this option as Boston has limited parking, lots of congestion, and aggressive drivers.

By Rail:

Amtrak trains stop at both North and South Station. These stations are connected to the subway system which can be used to get to the conference venue.

By Road:

Boston is easily accessible by road via:

  • I-93 - from points north
  • I-95 - from points south
  • I-90 - from points west

By Bus:

South Station is also serviced by Bolt Bus, Greyhound, Lucky Star, MegaBus, Peter Pan, and others.

Organizers

Local Organizers

COMBINE Coordinators

Contact for scientific organization: Combine Coordination

Anti-Harrassment Policy

Please see our anti-harrassment policy here.

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